PLACES OF INTEREST
It is one step away from the Mediterranean Sea (5 km from the coast) and is one of the most interesting cities in France. It is a city of heritage and contemporary treasures. We can visit the Place de la Comédie, Fabre Museum, Porte du Peyron, Jardin des Plantes de Montpellier, Saint Pierre Cathedral, the medieval mikveh (Jewish ritual bath dating from the 13th century).
It is surrounded by the Languedoc Roussillon vineyards. The city is included in the Unesco Heritage of 1994, the walled city is the largest fortified medieval city that is preserved in Europe. We can visit the Canal des Midi (a second reason why Carcassonne is part of the ``World Heritage`` list), the Count of Carcassonne castle, the Aude gate, the Saint-Nazaire basilica, etc.
It houses a unique cultural and natural heritage, and a magnificent example of Aranese Romanesque architecture. It is an eminently tourist and commercial municipality, based above all on border tourism. We can visit the Church of the Mair de Diu dera Purification, the seven Romanesque chapels that surround the town, the remains of the Margalida mines, Aran Park, etc.
A pretty town in the Pyrenees that is known for being the capital of adventure sports and also for the administration of the ``La Bruixa d'Or`` lottery.
WHERE TO REFUEL
Montepellier, Carcassonne, Vielha